Perspectives Online, The Magazine of The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Winter 2005 Issue

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Horticultural therapy means eliminating barriers and connecting to the natural world at the New Hanover County Arboretum. 4-Hers reach out to Hurricane Katrina victims. Sharing her passion for biochemical research, Audrey Nelson presents discoveries that hold promise as disease-targeting therapies. Fruitful Extension partnership results in new pesticide sprayer technology. New cotton harvester shows potential for higher yields, environmental benefits and cost savings. Donor Recognition Gala kicks off historic fund-raising campaign as it honors individual, group and corporate support of the College. Sustainable agriculture expert Nancy Creamer leads in celebrating a decade of CEFS programming.